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Old 01-14-2013, 05:35 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by KimberlyFDR View Post
This is going off your post, but it's a general question for everyone who does read / delete. Do you also delete from your Kindle library if a) the book was free and b) you know you'll never want to read it again?

I like to keep my libraries small. I delete personal documents right after they've been successfully delivered to my Kindle (unless I'm planning on accessing it on another device). When I download and read a free Kindle book, and know I won't ever want to read it again, I delete it both from my Kindle and my account [same with my beginning free video library on my Fire]. I'm wondering if I'm alone in the read / delete?
I do exactly as you do. Why keep something you never want to read again, right?

I also turn off archiving for personal documents, that way there's nothing to delete. I do have an ebooks folder (of books on my currently reading/to-read list) on my Dropbox though, so I can easily download the books to the Kindle app on my phone when I don't have my PW with me
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